Accenture looking to at bringing its startup innovation hub concept to India and continue to work with Indian startups as it expects the country to emerge a source of innovation for the world. They are optimistic to work with Indian startup hubs which are a source of innovation for the world. Accenture already works with Indian startups in its FinTech Innovation Lab in Hong Kong and has given grants to researchers from IIT-Bombay, IIT-Chennai, BITS-Pilani and IISc-Bangalore for research in natural language programming, cognitive learning systems, and dependable software. “We are always training our employees ├óÔé¼ÔÇØ keeping them future-ready and engaged, because the newer generation wants to learn constantly. And we understand that some employees will want to move to startups, and we support that, because that’s the in-built risk in hiring top talent. We have also supported startups started by ex-Accenture employees,” said Rekha Menon, the newly-appointed chairman of Accenture India.